Conclusion: Wild Target on Blu-ray is another one of those releases that falls victim to poor supplemental features for its home video release. Make no mistake, Wild Target is a fun little caper of a film and you should check it out.
Conclusion: I enjoyed 'Wild Target' for what it was, a madcap, zany story about a hitman wanting to retire, and the unlikely duo he picks up along the way. All of these well known British actors look like they're having fun, and none of them look like they're sulking around waiting for a paycheck.
Excerpt: "Wild Target" is a feature that causes extreme discomfort. It's not an especially hideous action comedy, merely one that wastes a colossal amount of thespian skill on uninspired material, tumbling through 90 minutes of screentime without achieving any laughs or thrills, leaving a group of marvelous...
Excerpt: "Wild Target" is remake with all things British, recruiting the help of some of its finest actors to impart the land's odd humour. As the professional killer goes about his deadly serious business, his actions are unmistakably downplayed and amusing.
Excerpt: Na een 61-urige werkweek lag ik afgelopen zaterdagavond heerlijk onderuitgezakt op de bank. Geen zin in iets al te moeilijks, maar wel in voor een leuke flauwe komedie. En met Wild Target werd ik op m’n wenken bediend.